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October 7th - We are in week 15 of our CSA season and next week will be our final official week. Our membership for the 2015 CSA season is now open! Thanks to all our members from this year who have already signed up for next year's harvest. To new members who would like to sign up for next year, click on the "sign me up" button on the left and join us for a season of delicious, fresh picked, organically grown produce.

The advantage to signing up early is that 1) you are assured of buying your share while we still have them available, and 2) you can make an initial $150 payment, then make monthly payments as long as your share is paid in full by June 1.

Thanks to all our members for your support of our farm and CSA, and for supporting local farmers and locally grown food. We look forward to another bountiful harvest next year!

What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation so that the farmland becomes virtually the community's farm. The farmers and the consumers provide mutual support by sharing the risks and benefits of food production.

Typically, members or "shareholders" of the farm pledge in advance to cover the anticipated costs of the farm operation. In return, they receive shares in the farm's bounty throughout the growing season, as well as satisfaction gained from reconnecting to the land and participating directly in food production as well as being environmentally sensitive. Members also share in the risks of farming, including poor harvests due to unfavorable weather or pests.

By direct sales to community members who have provided the farmer with working capital in advance, farmers receive a fairer price for their crops, and are relieved of much of the burden of marketing. By purchasing produce directly from the farmer, crops won't be compromised by third party merchandising.

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What Our Members Are Saying...

"I subscribe to Green Earth Farm each year because I love the fresh produce, but it's much more than that. There is a sense of community in connecting to Scott and Kathy and their family, along with the other subscribers. I look forward to picking up the weekly box of produce, for the food, yes, but also for the chance to catch up with my friends. And knowing where my food comes from, feeling that connection to a specific plot of land, and lessening my demands on the earth, are very satisfying." - Greg

"Green Earth Farm is a wonderful CSA to be a part of. I have been a member for going on 3 years now and I love it!! The farmers are great people who truly love what they do and it shows in the vegetables they provide. Their farm is SO family friendly as they allow me and my son to stay as long as we like and pick raspberries off the bushes (more make it into our bellies than the baskets!!), feed the goats and horses and say hello to their resident pig, 'Charlotte'. Green Earth Farm has it all...awesome veggies, herbs and fruit and friendly farmers that know you by name. What could be better?!?" - Meredith

"I am returning to this CSA for the fourth year because I love the vegetables and the fact that they are organically grown. The boxes are generously filled and it is a blast to go each week to find out what fresh ingredients I will be cooking with for the next several days. I have never gotten something too ripe and so I never have to use something before I'm ready. If you don't know what to do with something, the farmers are happy to share preparation tips and recipes with you. It is great to be able to talk to the people who raise your food!" - Kim

"We are so excited to be back for the 2012 season. The boys are very excited to come to the farm again. You and Scott make the whole CSA experience so enjoyable for our entire family. Our boys have learned so much from coming out to the farm each week. We are truly grateful for all you do." - Laura

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